This pdf is 4 pages long, 1 page front cover, 1 page SRD, 2 pages content, let's take a look!
This BP deals with all these nifty spells that entangle and grapple foes and provides feats to expand them:
-Agile Tendrils: Use your tendrils to make basic manipulations like opening doors, holding torches etc. Awesome, cool and full of options.
-Choking Tendrils: When your tendrils have grappled a foe, you can direct them to choke a foe, rendering him/her/it speechless for a round on a failed scaling save.
-Defending Tendrils: Designate one or more allies (more costs a move action) as safe from tendrils, granting them shield bonuses and preventing the tendrils form trying to ensnare them/attack them.
-Disarming Tendrils: D'unh. But there's more: As a standard action, you can not only disarm foes with tendrils, but also steal from them and make use of potentially existing feats you may have via them.
-Disturbing Tendrils: Use tendrils to demoralize grappled foes as a standard action.
-Forceful Tendrils: Bull rush or reposition foes as a standard action via tendrils.
-Harassing Tendrils: As a standard action, make trip or dirty trick maneuvers via tendrils.
Editing and formatting are top-notch, I didn't notice any glitches. Layout adheres to SGG's horizontal 3-column standard and the pdf has no bookmarks, but needs none at this length. Ladies and gentlemen, I welcome you once again to the endzeitgeist-sounds-like-a-broken-record-party: Once again, the crunch of Owen K.C. Stephens is flawless. However, I'm also disappointed in this pdf: 4 of the 7 tendril feats essentially do similar things, i.e. impose negative conditions on foes/combat maneuvering them - after the stellar one on antimagic fields, I would have loved some more versatility there, something more iconic, perhaps something akin to retractable thorns, summons from tendrils etc. That being said, this is still a very good pdf for the low and fair asking price and hence and due to the lack of glitches I could find, I'll settle for a final verdict of 4.5 stars and, yes, believe it or not, round up to 5.